Webster’s Raises Record Amount for Christmas Tree Lane Association

Webster’s Fine Stationers sells Christmas Tree Lane memorabilia and gives the association 75 percent of net proceeds.

Altadena’s Christmas Tree Lane Association is in the expensive process of replacing old incandescent bulbs with energy-saving LED bulbs for the popular Santa Rosa Avenue display and this year it will get a notable belated Christmas present to help.

Webster’s Fine Stationers owners Lori and Scott Webster decided to start selling Christmas Tree Lane merchandise and give the Christmas Tree Lane Association a high percentage of the sales. This year was the highest amount of sales so far and Webster’s raised $512 for the CTLA in December alone, Lori Webster told Patch.

"It's something we can do to help keep Altadena's premier holiday destination going," said Lori Webster in a release, "and we’re proud we can do that! Of course, the props go to the residents of Altadena, who bought their adorable products in droves!"

What do you think of Webster's efforts for the CTLA? What do you think of the CTLA replacing bulbs?

Hugo January 15, 2013 at 09:15 PM
CJ January 16, 2013 at 02:46 PM
I think replacing the bulbs is a great idea and I LOVE Christmas Tree Lane! How can I donate to the association?
Jenny January 16, 2013 at 04:39 PM
Once again Webster's Fine Stationary demonstrates their commitment to Altadena. Another reason I love to shop there!
Leslie M Wilkins January 16, 2013 at 04:53 PM
Another terrific example of webster's support for the community. Thank you Webster family!!!
Revvell January 16, 2013 at 06:46 PM
Where the heck is the "love" button here?
Lori A. Webster January 17, 2013 at 03:11 AM
CJ, you can make a donation through Christmas Tree Lane Association, Christmas Tree Lane Association, PO Box 11, Altadena, CA 91003. The phone number for them is 626-403-1123. Thank you so much for your kind gesture! To all who've commented, thank you. Scott and I love helping to support our lovely Christmas Tree Lane!


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